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Help for Humanity NGO Boosts PCMH

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Help for Humanity NGO Boosts PCMH


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The organization according to Mr. Koroma was established to give back to their society, adding that their focus is on education and health. He noted further that this is not the first donation they have made; highlighting that similar gestures were done in February this year at the Cheshire Home, where twenty two wheel chairs and ten hospital beds were donated.

The 128 boxes of Multi-Lumen Central Venous Catheterization kits donated to the PCMH, Mr. Koroma believes, will help to reduce the infant mortality rate in the country. He further said that promoting education and health systems in the country can contribute to developing the country’s economy; the reason why they established the organization. 

Receiving the items, the Medical Superintendent at the Princess Christian Maternity Hospital, Dr. Michael Koroma thanked Help for Humanity for thinking of them, noting that nothing is too small. Speaking on the importance of the items, Dr. Koroma mentioned that the items though expensive are important and necessary. He added that the items are very important for critically ill patients and that there are more patients at the intensive care unit at Connaught in need of such drugs and promised to ensure that they benefit from it.

As part of its drive to supporting community development, the organization made a donation of used clothing and a sum of eight hundred thousand Leones to a mosque at the Cline Town community.



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